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This Diamond Head neighborhood lies cozily beside Waikiki, taking in much of the green open space of Kapiolani Park and extending eastward to include the stunning shore along the base of iconic Diamond Head. Though close to Waikiki, here you live a quieter lifestyle that reflects a classic easy Hawaii.


Condominiums are situated along the Gold Coast starting from Kaimana Beach, a beautiful quaint beach less crowded than Waikiki . Swimmers love heading out to the open ocean from this beach with perfect sand. The private clubs, Outrigger Canoe Club and Elks Club is located in between Gold Coast condos, literally hanging on the ocean’s edge.


Across the street behind the condominiums is Kapiolani Park, a beautiful 300 acre (1.2km2) green park popular with joggers, swimmers, morning yoga and home to many activities , from art fairs to picnics to multiple sports activities. The park also hosts tennis courts, the Honolulu Zoo and the Aquarium. The Gold Coast condos were built on the oceanfront during the 1960’s and can never be recreated. These condos could not be built in the same locations today because of new zoning and setback rules. Such conditions have made the existing real estate irreplaceable. Forever limited, the condominiums here are preciously rare and remain special.


Given the age of the condominiums on the Gold Coast, most interiors have been renovated. Some are eligible for short term rentals to tourists as the beauty and quite charm of the area and the close short stroll to Waikiki make these oceanfront units popular. For investors, oceanfront locations that hold value, popular, luxurious vacation rental options and vintage of the buildings may make these real estate an ideal tax efficient investment.


Of the 16 mix of fee simple, leasehold and Co-Op properties along Hawaii’s Gold Coast , some popular examples are the Colony Surf, Diamond Head Apartments, Coral Strand, Tahitienne, 3003 Kalakaua and the Kainalu.